We already told you that in 2017 virtual reality is going to be on of the biggest trends, and will skyrocket in use. To see where we are now with VR, we should look at where we started off. I was at a Facebook 360 presentation the other day, and in it, they said: “virtual reality is a trial and error process, you try it out, it doesn’t work, you start over again.” Before I go any further, I guess I should explain what Virtual Reality (VR) is. It’s pretty straight forward. VR is a computer-generated environment. When you put on the VR headset you ‘step’ into a different virtual world. Hence, Virtual Reality. (more…)
We are trying out video interviews – check out our Interview with Clement Bazan earlier this week. we talked with him about his profession as an Energy Coach. We are hosting a Grid Talks event with Clement, February 9th. Check out our website and facebook for more information. (more…)
In this People On The Grid episode, we interview Stuart Jones, founder of Coworkation. This innovative company organises short coworking retreats in stunning locations around the world, offering adventure and fun while enabling fresh perspectives and insights, cultivating inspiration, and connecting people. For even more information on who they are and how they achieve their vision, visit their website at coworkation.com! (more…)
This episode, we have the absolute pleasure of interviewing Jordi Díaz Alamà, Director and Program Coordinator of the Barcelona Academy of Art. Jordi has worked with internationally acclaimed painter Guillermo Muñoz Vera and is the winner of several awards, including first place in the Figurativas ’11 Contest. (more…)
Big thanks to Barcelona BBQ and Josh Weitzer for the opportunity to film this. Learn all about Josh and his passion for cooking, what he’s doing and his take on the culinary sector in Barcelona. Josh shared with us his style of cooking is a fusion of Asian cuisine with barbeque a strange but delicious combination.
This year at Sonar 2016, we got to interview so many interesting people about their interesting projects. These interviews give us a closer look at innovative and exciting new technology such as a real-time music composer that makes original tunes based on your surroundings, and objects that can empathise with their users! Watch to learn more about these and many more ideas! (more…)
Guy Morley, from Ascot, Berkshire, studied law before moving to Barcelona a year and a half ago to create the Kailani Ice Tea brand. Check out our video interview with him to find out what was behind his idea of creating an ice tea brand and his experience with setting up his own business for the first time in a foreign culture.